HP’s ScanMyTouch scanner software is now available for free download on the company’s website.
The software was originally released back in August, and has been available on the Google Play store for several months.
The company is making the software available to developers and users on a trial basis, so you can test the functionality for yourself.
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HP will pay a one-time $9.99 upgrade fee to the new version.
ScanMyScreen software is available for download from the Google store.
The scanner software was also released on the Play Store back in July, but the software is no longer supported.
HP also announced that the company is now offering its scanner app for Android devices, which was previously available only on the iPad.
The company says that its ScanMyPanel scanner software will be free for users of the HP ScanMy touch scanner, which will be released in the coming weeks.
HP has also launched the HPScan app for the Google Store, which is free and available for Windows Phone devices, Apple Watch and the Kindle Fire HDX.
As for the HP scan software itself, the company said in a blog post that the software has been “designed to work with the latest HP scanners.”
This is just the latest in a long line of HP software updates to support new devices.
Earlier this year, the HP TouchPad 4K was released, which added the ability to scan up to 8 inches.
Last month, HP released the HP scanner app on Windows Mobile 8.1, and this month, it rolled out the HPscan app for Windows 10 Mobile.
The HP scanner is also now available on Apple devices, as well as on Google’s Chrome web browser.